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How to Protect and Maintain Your Electronics

How to Protect and Maintain Your Electronics | Direct Energy Blog

Welcome to the Take Charge of Your Home series from Direct Energy! Hiring a professional to perform household maintenance may offer convenience and peace of mind. You can do many of these jobs yourself with no experience or special tools. In the process, you’ll save money, learn about how your home works and gain a sense of accomplishment. A DIY task done well! READ MORE

Technology Buzz December, 2017 — What’s Graphene?

Technology Buzz December 2017: Graphene | Direct Energy Blog

The Graphene Corner

What is Graphene?

Graphene is the lightest material known. Produced in single sheets, it’s composed of carbon atoms bonded together in honeycomb-shaped lattice that’s just one atom thick. Hyper conductive and 100 to 300 times stronger than steel, it’s also incredibly cheap. READ MORE

Back-to-School Beginner Science Experiments about Electricity Part 4 – The Kitchen Radio

Back-to-School Beginner Science Experiments about Electricity Part 4 - The Kitchen Radio

Electricity seems like pretty magical stuff — subatomic force particles found in practically everything. The scientific term for these particles is “electrons,” and for the most part, the technology behind controlling them is very basic. “How basic?” you might ask. So basic that you can show your child how it all works from inside your home. With our Back-to-School Beginner Science Experiments about Electricity series, you and your kids will utilize similar materials and techniques used by Edison, Tesla, and other pioneers of electric energy when they began their experiments over a century ago. READ MORE

Back-to-School Beginner Science Experiments about Electricity Part 3 – Magnetic Attraction

Back-to-School Beginner Science Experiments about Electricity Part 4 - The Kitchen Radio

Electricity seems like pretty magical stuff — subatomic force particles found in practically everything. The scientific term for these particles is “electrons,” and for the most part, the technology behind controlling them is very basic. “How basic?” you might ask. So basic that you can show your child how it all works from inside your home. With our Back-to-School Beginner Science Experiments about Electricity series, you and your kids will utilize similar materials and techniques used by Edison, Tesla, and other pioneers of electric energy when they began their experiments over a century ago. READ MORE

Back-to-School Beginner Science Experiments about Electricity Part 2 – Ohm On the Range

Back-to-School Beginner Science Experiments about Electricity Part 4 - The Kitchen Radio

Electricity seems like pretty magical stuff — subatomic force particles found in practically everything. The scientific term for these particles is “electrons,” and for the most part, the technology behind controlling them is very basic. “How basic?” you might ask. So basic that you can show your child how it all works from inside your home. With our Back-to-School Beginner Science Experiments about Electricity series, you and your kids will utilize similar materials and techniques used by Edison, Tesla, and other pioneers of electric energy when they began their experiments over a century ago. READ MORE